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Spring Industry Tour on May 30: A Few Seats Left!

By Codi Spodnik | May 22, 2019

Don’t miss out on one of the most rewarding networking opportunities in Southern Oregon. Folks who ride along on SOREDI Industry Tours are always amazed to discover the hidden gems in our region. This tour will feature Highway Products and Croman Corporation, in White City. Guests will also visit the brand new CraterWorks in Central […]

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Community Gems: Festival on the Rogue 2019

By Codi Spodnik | May 22, 2019

Do you know what a Pacific Lamprey is? Have you ever had your picture taken with Smokey the Bear? If you answered ‘no’ to either of those questions, you clearly need to mark your calendar for the Festival on the Rogue 2019. Shady Cove will come to life on Saturday, June 8, as the summer-time […]

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Join Moss Adams for Information Session on Tax Incentives/Opportunities

By Codi Spodnik | May 22, 2019

You’re Invited Moss Adams and Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt will be hosting an educational session on the recent developments to the federal qualified opportunity zone tax incentive program and the tax opportunities for you and your business. Come learn from experts, and those leading the charge, about the economic development tool, what’s being done locally, […]

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Plan to Come Early to Rogue Adventure, June 27, 2019

By Codi Spodnik | May 22, 2019

Registration Opens at 4:30pm on June 27 for Rogue Adventure, our 2019 Annual Meeting. You will want to come when the doors open to learn about every community in SOREDI’s service area. Jackson County, Josephine County and every city in both counties will have a booth to help you recognize the gems that make up […]

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March 2019 Oregon Regional Economic Indicators

By Tim Duy | May 21, 2019

Good morning.  Below is the University of Oregon Regional Economic Indexes for March 2019. The release date is May 21, 2019. We thank KeyBank for their generous support of this project. Link to full report here! Regional measures of economic… Continue Reading

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April 2019 Employment and Unemployment in Oregon’s Counties

By Research Division of the Oregon Employment Department | May 21, 2019

Benton County had Oregon’s lowest seasonally adjusted unemployment rate at 3.3 percent in April 2019. Other counties with some of the lowest unemployment rates in April included Washington (3.5%) and Hood River (3.6%). Only Benton, Washington, and Hood River counties had unemployment rates at or below the national rate of 3.6 percent. Eight of Oregon’s counties had unemployment rates below the

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April 2019 Employment and Unemployment in Oregon’s Counties

By Research Division of the Oregon Employment Department | May 21, 2019

Benton County had Oregon’s lowest seasonally adjusted unemployment rate at 3.3 percent in April 2019. Other counties with some of the lowest unemployment rates in April included Washington (3.5%) and Hood River (3.6%). Only Benton, Washington, and Hood River counties had unemployment rates at or below the national rate of 3.6 percent. Eight of Oregon’s counties had unemployment rates below the

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April 2019 Employment and Unemployment in Oregon’s Counties

By Research Division of the Oregon Employment Department | May 21, 2019

Benton County had Oregon’s lowest seasonally adjusted unemployment rate at 3.3 percent in April 2019. Other counties with some of the lowest unemployment rates in April included Washington (3.5%) and Hood River (3.6%). Only Benton, Washington, and Hood River counties had unemployment rates at or below the national rate of 3.6 percent. Eight of Oregon’s counties had unemployment rates below the

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August LAUNCH|Talk: All Your Legal Questions Answered

By Codi Spodnik | May 16, 2019

Every entrepreneur faces legal questions at some point. • What company structure is right for my business? • How do I file for a patent or trademark to protect my brand or invention? • How do I handle the legal aspects of investment or debt financing? Join our expert panel at the Hivve in Grants […]

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Migration Patterns in the Past Five Years

By Research Division of the Oregon Employment Department | May 16, 2019

Oregon is an in-migration state. For many years, more people have moved into Oregon each year than have moved out of the state. This population growth fuels the expansion of our cities and brings new brain power to foster the economic engine of Oregon’s future. Workers in some occupational groups are more likely to move than others. Where do these in-migrants come from? And when Oregonians leave,

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Rogue Adventure – Annual Meeting

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Without SOREDI and its assistance with enterprise zone benefits and expansion financing, we would not have been able to relocate our factory from Seaside, California...

Belinda Marzi, Vice President
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